6 Azerbaijani artists to know


Art Radar profiles 6 Azeri contemporary artists represented by Yarat the leading nonprofit contemporary art organisation in Azerbaijan.

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Turkey’s art market highlight of the year: Contemporary Istanbul 2014


Art Radar brings you the highlights from the recent Contemporary Istanbul. The 9th edition of the fair brought 108 galleries both local and from abroad and 520 artists from over 23 countries.

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Video artist Daniel Crooks awarded AUD100,000 commission


Video artist Daniel Crooks receives AUD100,000 from The Ian Potter Cultural Trust as well as specialised curatorial, production and presentation expertise from the Australian Centre for the Moving Image.

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Chinese artist Sun Xun explores facets of history – interview


Sun Xun, one of the youngest and most prolific video artists in China today, talks about his works, his long standing fascination with the rift between official and personal stories of the Cultural Revolution.

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Nam June Paik: “Becoming Robot” in New York – in pictures


Asia Society Museum’s retrospective of Nam June Paik continues until 4 January 2014. Art Radar looks back on the new media art pioneer’s long and innovative career.

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Destination Singapore: Art fairs head to the Southeast


More international art platforms turn to Singapore to establish a foothold in South East Asia. Art Radar talks to the directors of MIA&D and Singapore Art Fair, as well as the curator of the Lebanon Pavillion of the Singapore Art Fair about what the city-state has to offer.

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10 amazing artworks at Frieze London 2014


As the 12th edition of Frieze London comes underway, Art Radar picks 10 art pieces hailing from Asia.

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